Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: Due to the risk of confusion: Kummerow is now called "Seegemeinde"

Kummerow (dpa/mv) - The village of Kummerow (Mecklenburg Lake District) is the first municipality on Lake Kummerow to call itself a "lake community".

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: Due to the risk of confusion: Kummerow is now called "Seegemeinde"

Kummerow (dpa/mv) - The village of Kummerow (Mecklenburg Lake District) is the first municipality on Lake Kummerow to call itself a "lake community". This was announced by the Schwerin Ministry of the Interior on Wednesday. This gives the place a unique selling point and it can now pursue its goal of further developing quiet tourism on Lake Kummerow as a "lakeside community of Kummerow".

The lakeside community of Kummerow has four districts and around 600 inhabitants and is best known for its baroque castle with changing photo exhibitions. As State Minister of the Interior Christian level (SPD) said, the suffix should also prevent confusion. There are several villages with the name Kummerow in Germany, including in the Vorpommern-Rügen district near Niepars and near Schwedt in Brandenburg.

In the northeast, a number of towns and communities have additional names. For example, there is the Schliemann community of Ankershagen, the four-gate city of Neubrandenburg and the Peene city of Neukalen. The Kummerower See is around 32 square kilometers in size and is the fourth largest inland body of water in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

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